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2017 Year in Review at VividCortex

It’s easy to observe (pun intended) in the rear-view mirror. Hindsight bias aside, 2017 was a big year for VividCortex and our customers! We shipped lots of features and made tons of progress on the business. Here’s a brief overview of some of our proudest moments from 2017.

Enhanced PostgreSQL support

We love PostgreSQL, and we released lots of enhancements for it! Here’s some of the stuff we did for our PostgreSQL customers:

  • Supported the great work the Postgres community did on version 10 and all its new features
  • Made VividCortex awesome for our customers who use CitusDB
  • Added support to monitor PgBouncer, which nearly everyone who’s using Postgres in a mission-critical environment is using by default
  • Added SQL …
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Slack & Pagerduty Integration with Monyog v8.4.0

Important notice: With this release, we have changed the registration keys. As usual, the new keys are available for registered users from our Customer Portal.

Monyog MySQL Monitor v8.4.0 adds more alert and logging options and enhances the MONyog API. Further, we redesigned the settings page and a number of bugs were fixed.

Changes as compared to Monyog MySQL Monitor v8.3.2 include: Features:

Added more notification channels (Slack and Pagerduty) for Monyog alerts. (Read more) Option to write Monyog alerts in the Syslog of the machine where Monyog is installed. This option is only available for Linux. Option to edit the subject line for Monyog alerts. Added MONyog API to disable notification for a monitor based on a server/tag. ( …

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SQLyog helped Steven Manage MySQL Databases for over 15 Years

The story of Steven Mapes, an experienced software developer who has been using SQLyog MySQL GUI since 2002.

We were so thrilled to speak with Steven Mapes for two simple reasons. One, he is an ardent user of SQLyog. Two, he has been using the tool since 2002 (we had released the GA version of SQLyog in 2002). And, it is users like Steven who make the product successful with their constant support and feedback that keeps us going.

We go down memory lane and learn some interesting facts about SQLyog that made Steven stick with the tool for more than a decade.

Steven Mapes is a self-employed software solutions provider who develops web-based polyglot solutions for clients often hosted within the cloud since 2012. Before it, he was the Head of IT for Moko Social Media in the UK. When asked about how he came across SQLyog and the need to use the tool, Steven says,”My first exposure to SQLyog was back in 2002 when the …

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SQLyog MySQL GUI 12.5 Released

This new release of SQLyog primarily addresses a long-time concern by corporate users preferring to do a ‘silent installation’ over the corporate network. Even though ‘silent installation’ already was possible, every instance still had to be registered interactively from the workstation by every user. Now registration details can be applied on the command-line as well when doing a ‘silent install’. In addition to command-line this has been tested with a number of 3rd party softwares used by corporations for managing a centralized software repository and for centralized software management.

Changes as compared to MySQL GUI 12.4.3 include:

Features:

* Added command-line syntax for applying registration details when doing a ‘silent install’. You may refer …

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Monyog MySQL Monitor v8.3.0: Introducing Trend Graph Analysis

Monyog MySQL Monitor v8.3.0 is a feature-rich release which adds a large number of user requests for quick access to relevant monitoring information, for ‘cross-plotting’ multiple servers in a unified chart and more.  Additionally, it adds a number of non-critical bug fixes.

Changes as compared to Monyog MySQL Monitor v8.2.0 include: Features:

Added option to set a distinct email distribution list for warning alerts and critical alerts. Trend Graph Analysis: Added option to group a single metric (which one you find most important) from different servers into one unified chart. This allows you to visually analyse a metric across servers at various points in time.

Choose the monitor group >> Click on the trend graph icon next to the metric as shown below.

Select the trend graph corresponding to the required metric

Monitor single metric across …

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RDS/Aurora OS monitoring with Monyog v8.1.0

With this Monyog release, we will provide monitoring capabilities for RDS/Aurora OS metrics along with an emphasis on the User Experience in several respects including a number of GUI design details. Additionally, the release adds a number of bug fixes and implements a number of user requests.

Changes as compared to Monyog MySQL Monitor 8.0.4 include:

Features:

  • It is now possible to get OS metrics from Amazon RDS/Aurora (but not Azure, where interface for same is disabled).
  • Added an option to generate a token in Monyog to be used with the MONyog API as an alternative to Monyog user and password.
  • Added an option to define a “seconds_behind_master” setting in Replication page determining if the slave should be considered in sync or not. On some environments, slave will rarely be fully in sync and in such cases, the alerting was not really useful before. …
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SQLyog MySQL GUI 12.4.2 Released

This maintenance release of SQLyog, MySQL GUI introduces a new feature – REGEX search in Object Browser – and adds a few bug fixes.

Changes as compared to MySQL GUI 12.4.1 include:

Important notice:

* The tunneler file for HTTP-tunnel has been updated with this release and must be replaced on the server.  Earlier HTTP-tunnel required PCRE-support in the server-side PHP-environment. Now it does not.

Features:

* Search function in Object Browser now supports regular expressions.

Bug Fixes:

* Fixed a rare connection failure using SSH-tunnel to specific BSD systems.
* Removed unnecessary virtual column check for older servers with no support for this.
* Fixed a crash when a …

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SQLyog MySQL GUI 12.4.1 released

This maintenance release introduces a long requested feature – HEX-dumping of binary data – and adds a number of non-critical bug fixes.

Changes as compared to MySQL GUI 12.4 include:

Features:

* Added an option to HEX-dump binary data in Export as SQL and in Scheduled Backup.
* In read-only mode FLUSH-statements can now be executed from the GUI as well as editor, except for ‘FLUSH TABLE WITH READ LOCK’ (as we don’t allow acquiring explicit LOCKS in read-only mode).

Bug Fixes:

* On enabling HTTP, SSL or SSH checkbox in the connection manager, the checkbox wasn’t redrawn automatically. The checkbox were re-drawn only on hovering over them or switching to another tab in the connection window
* In Table Diagnostics, clicking on Analyse executed same query …

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Adding option for ‘read-only’ connections in SQLyog MySQL GUI 12.4

This release introduces a new major feature – ‘read-only’ connections – as well as Kerberos authentication support and a few bug fixes.

Changes as compared to MySQL GUI 12.3.3 include:

Features:

* Added an option for defining a connection as ‘read-only’.  There is a checkbox in the connection settings and when checked the title bar will inform user about the ‘read-only’ state. In ‘read-only’ state statements that write cannot be executed. For more details please see note at the bottom.
* Added support for the MariaDB auth_gssapi (Kerberos) plugin. This plugin is available with the latest 3.0 (alpha) Connector/C from MariaDB. But there seems to  be a huge popular demand for this already, and we have backported it to the 2.3 connector version we use in SQLyog.  Note that support …

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SQLyog MySQL GUI 12.3.3 Released

This is a bug-fix release.  Please refer details below.

Changes as compared to SQLyog MySQL GUI 12.3.2 include:

Bug Fixes:

* Fixed an issue where Import External Data -jobs failed to authenticate SMTP.
* The sja.log would record syntax errors on recent servers if  Scheduled Backup was running with ‘Flush Master’ option. The generated backup file was OK. ‘Flush Master’ was deprecated in MySQL 5.6 and replaced with ‘Reset Master’. We now use ‘Reset Master’ with such servers.
* In email settings of Import External Data wizard it was possible to leave the subject empty.
* When re-ordering columns, an ON UPDATE -clause could be lost in specific cases.
* Fixed cases where index-level comments were not saved and …

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